How to get the best out of Working-class Learners

Overview of the course
  • How to improve progress among all working-class learners

  • Action plans that cover all aspects of effective support:

    • Context

    • Curriculum design

    • Pedagogy

    • Closing the gap

  • A toolkit filled with practical strategies, methods and programmes ready to implement straight into classrooms

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Description

Understanding their context

  • Assumptions we should/shouldn’t make about PP learners

  • White/black? Boys/girls? What does the research tell us?

  • Diagnostic tools for triage: putting students on the right path

  • No excuses or no one left behind?

  • Pastoral systems to improve attendance/parental engagement

  • Closing the empathy gap – from staff awareness to empathy

Curriculum design

  • Reverse engineer for an optimised curriculum

  • Create excessive clarity around your school’s ‘big picture’ for excellence and equity

  • Use curriculum to close gaps in knowledge/cultural capital

  • How ‘opt outs’ can enhance provision

  • Case studies in alternative and supplementary provision

Effective pedagogy

  • What are you Teaching Backwards from?

  • Understanding the starting points of all learners

  • Demystify success through ‘Blue Peter’ teaching

  • CATERing for learners who need more support

  • Using ‘Desirable Difficulties’ to deepen thinking

Enhancing to close gaps

  • In-school programmes for different PP cohorts

  • How to design a Scholars’ Programme for more able learners

  • How to create a ‘Motivation Intervention’

  • Out of school experiences

  • Where to seek funding the ‘extra’

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